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Artūras Areima (1982), a member of the younger generation of directors, studied event directing at Klaipėda University, and received a BA in theatre directing in 2008. He obtained an MA from the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre in 2010. […]

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Although Vidas Bareikis (1986) studied piano at the National M. K. Čiurlionis School of Art, and planned to become a professional pianist, he later turned to theatre. He completed his actors’ training studies at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and […]

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The director Cezaris Graužinis (1967) studied directing at the Lunacharsky State Institute for Theatre Arts (GITIS) in Moscow. In 1992, he attended a residency at the Suzuki Company of Toga in Japan. Hunger (1989), based on Knut Hamsun’s novel, which was the […]

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The most productive director of his generation, Agnius Jankevičius (1979) studied at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, where he received a BA and an MA in theatre directing. His debut play The Beyond (2001) is based on Victor Pelevin’s collection The […]

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The theatre and opera director Oskaras Koršunovas (1969) is the leader of what could be considered the middle generation of Lithuanian directors. He has produced more than 40 plays, both in Lithuania and abroad. He graduated from the Lithuanian Academy […]

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The young and productive director Vilius Malinauskas (1985) completed his studies in directing at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre under the director Rimas Tuminas in 2008. In 2010, he received an MA in theatre directing from the same […]

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Eimuntas Nekrošius (1952), the first Lithuanian director to achieve worldwide acclaim, a winner of the National Prize, was perhaps the most important theatre and opera director in Lithuania in the second half of the 20th century, was. The theatre studio Meno […]

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The director, teacher and National Prize winner Rimas Tuminas (born 1952) graduated from the Lithuanian State Conservatory with a degree in television directing in 1974, and from the Lunacharsky State Institute for Theatre Arts (GITIS) in Moscow with a degree […]

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The theatre and film director, teacher and winner of the National Prize, Jonas Vaitkus (1944) can easily be called the most productive living director in Lithuania. He has directed more than 80 plays and operas, in various theatres in Lithuania […]

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The director and National Prize winner Gintaras Varnas (1961) belongs to the first generation of directors in independent Lithuania. He completed his  BA, MA and postgraduate studies in directing at the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre. In 1988, he […]

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